You can find it here: https://community.keyoxide.org
This was started after the feedback of many non-developer people who had questions/requests but weren't familiar enough with git forges to raise issues there.
And so far, discussions on it have been interesting and productive 🤩
If you'd like to propose a new service for #keyoxide, we hope you'll find the forum an inviting place to do so 🚀
@dvshkn this project was already started before the Zoom takeover, it only made even more sense after!
While it's not federated, Keyoxide has the same standard of decentralizing everything.
Here's a demonstration profile. None of the data you see is stored on the Keyoxide server! It's all stored inside people's cryptographic keys.
Have you considered what would happen of someone uploads multiple keys? (If you even want to allow that) Could the values maybe be a list of keys?
Since JSON is plaintext, do you think keys should always be armored?
Having not read the entire spec yet, what about namespaces? I'd rather not namespace something so generic, but what other services use armoredPublicKey in a different manner?
If you have a platform or website you'd like to be able to verify your account(s) on, you are invited to suggest it on the Community Forum: https://community.keyoxide.org
This way, we can start discussing and get it working as soon as possible 😎
@aspie4K hence the need for good documentation…
No, currently the doip proxy is separate. Thus, keyoxide requires two docker containers (or processes if you don't use containers).
@aspie4K great to see selfhosters installing the project :)
Something that is not properly documented yet (sorry) is that to get all the green ticks, one needs to install/use a doip-proxy server. I'm assuming you don't have this yet?
Improving documentation is high on the to do list! Soon…
I signed up for @keyoxide today! 🎉
Keyoxide is similar to keybase, but is AGPL-3.0-or-later licensed.
My Keyoxide page is linked on my profile if anyone's interested. I also linked this Mastodon account to the key.
Looks like a good option for people who frequently deal with secure online communications.
Don't forget! Tomorrow at 10 CET we start our #OpenPGP event with many wonderful presentations from the devs of Sequoia (including @nwalfield), @keyoxide, talks about GPG-based #email encryption for emails at rest, plug&play encryption for customer relationship management & more! No signup needed, just join the (BigBlueButton)room at 10 -> https://review.ngi-0.eu:2019/ 🔐 👋 🆓
Thanks for the mention, @IzzyOnDroid 😎
The app works in a very similar way as the website.
We also have https://docs.keyoxide.org that helps you get started with your own decentralized identity!
@vanitasvitae none yet, right now the library just verifies the claim which requires nothing more than a URI, a fingerprint and a HTTP request.
Next step: fetch OpenPGP keys and extract the notations for which indeed I will most likely be using Sequoia-PGP.
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